The WaterSwitch® Smart Home Water Management System Earns CES 2020 Product of the Year Designation*

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Every year, water leaked from U.S. homes exceeds more than 1 trillion gallons, which is more than the water used annually in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami combined! Most household leaks result in 10,000 gallons of wasted water every year, and more than 10% of homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons of water or more every day from dripping faucets, worn toilet flappers, and other leaking valves.**

The WaterSwitch® smart home water management system helps homeowners put an end to wasted water and water damage by identifying and quantifying leaks anywhere within their plumbing. Thanks to its innovative technology and the simplified way it saves water, the WaterSwitch® system was recently named the CES 2020 Product of the Year.* The world’s gathering place for those who thrive on the business of consumer technology, this annual conference introduces next-generation innovations to the marketplace.

In response to this award, Millard Minton – president of Water Management Systems, Inc. – said, “We are excited about the attention the WaterSwitch® system has received at this year’s CES conference and hope this designation will convince homeowners everywhere that they can easily and conveniently protect their home, as well as save water and money with this product.”

The WaterSwitch® is currently protected by two U.S. patents with other U.S and foreign patents pending. It is made in the U.S. and was engineered to the highest standards. It meets the EPA’s WaterSense criteria. Visit to find out more about this incredible system and how installation in your home can safeguard it from water damage, protect the environment, and help you drastically reduce your water bills.

*By: Tech Today TV



About the WaterSwitch®

 The WaterSwitch® is a smart home, whole-house water management system that identifies and quantifies leaks in any plumbing system. This innovative system helps homeowners protect their plumbing, save money on wasted water, and most importantly, conserve the environment.